gap markers

gap markers

[′gap ‚märk·ərz]
(ordnance)
In land mine warfare, markers used to identify a minefield gap; gap markers at the entrance to and exit from the gap are referenced to a landmark or intermediate marker.
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Gap detection for similar and dissimilar gap markers. J Acoust Soc Am 2001; 109: 1587-1595.
In gap detection tests, the frequency spectra of the gap markers tested in the HF SNHL groups differed.
For the gap marker, white noise was low-pass filtered at cutoff frequencies of 1, 2, and 4 kHz, respectively, via 3000th-order finite impulse response filter with an approximately -116 dB/octave filter slope.
The gap thresholds of groups varying in terms of gap marker cutoff frequency are shown in Figure 2.
Then, data derived from different groups with the same gap marker frequency were analyzed by one-way ANOVA.